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When I'm not on my bike, you'll find me in my organic-ish garden in #Cumbria. Favourite plants? Wisteria, hellebores, paeonies, philadelphus...
13 Aug 2019 • A bit of a tidy and look what I found, completely hidden. So sweet 💜🖤
They’re so cute aren’t they?
6 Feb 2019 • They look almost good enough to eat - or maybe I’m just hungry 😉 #blackmondograss
Safer to make a sandwich 😂
Great shot, I tried to take a pic of the berries and just couldn’t get it right! Great little plant.
Thanks Val. Yes it’s a great plant and makes wonderful #groundcover
Lots of you liked a photograph I posted earlier of some black mondo grass, so here is some more, growing with some snowdrops around the base of some white barked silver birch.
That looks fab
Thanks Justin. Even on a very dull, wet morning they looked nice @justin
Now that's a lovely combo 😍 need to think where it would look best?
A brilliant combination @awomanonabike and one I think I might copy 😘
Another stunner from you Jacqueline😍😘
Thank you! It's lovely isn't it, and so easy. Looks after itself too 😊 @Jasonsparkes1 @jacaranda @pelly
I like this too 👍👍👍
Thank you Susie @susieg
What a beautiful combination 👌🏼💚
Thank you Rachel. This photo doesn't show the trees as couldn't get the detail plus the trees. Will have to try harder! @rachelbrooks
It's not easy! 👍🏼😊
Black mondo grass doing its mid-winter thing. I wonder why mid-winter berries are often dark. Christmas box is another with almost black berries. #black #berries
Those berries add such nice interest to the plant
Must get some of this, love the berries 💙
I first saw it at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh & bought a little plant a while after. It's is now established and spreads well but not too quickly! Transplants very easily too. Great little plant 😊😊 @Jasonsparkes1 @gjones
Definitely on the list for this year 📃
On my #wishlist - although I don't think it's going to like Wisconsin winters!
I hope it survives Kari. It's originally from Eastern Asia, mainly China & Japan, if that helps @KariSamuel
They seed as well.
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